Net10 Prepaid Review
How to buy, where to get the best deal on Net 10 Prepaid Review Phones.
The best Deal on Net10 cell phones is usually at the Net10.com Website.
Right now they have the Nokia 1100 phone with 300 minutes for $19.99. This comes out to 6.66 cents per minute. This is the cheapest Pay as you go minutes you will find anywhere.
Net10 only offers GSM phones. These are the phones that take the little SIM card. This card is usually installed below the battery. Net10 as of November 2007 has just started offering CDMA phones also.
Net 10 does not own cell phone towers. They have contracts with AT&T (formerly Cingular), T-Mobile Alltel, Verizon, and several other companies to use their networks. When you set up your phone it will be set up to work on one of these networks. The Net10 Phones will roam from T-Mobile to At&t without charging you extra. At this time the T-Mobile prepaid phones will not roam so if you are not in T-Mobile coverage area your T-Mobile Prepaid will not work.
You can also purchase Net 10 Prepaid Review Cellular phones at Walmart, Safeway, Target, and many convenience stores around the country. I have never seen them as cheap in a store as they are at the Net10.com Website.
To add minutes to your Net10 Pay as you Go phone you can buy minute cards at almost any Walmart, Target, or gas station. Also you can purchase and install minutes on your phone at the Net10 Prepaid Website.
You can also install minutes on your Net10 phone by punching the PIN code after going to "add airtime" on your phone's prepaid menu.
Net10 is a better, simpler deal than Tracfone. If you use 100 plus minutes a month it is much simpler and cheaper to buy and use a Net 10.com Cell Phone.
NET10 is the best prepaid cell phone service for most people. If you use less than 100 minutes a month then Tracfone would be a little cheaper for you. The Net10 phones really are Pay as you Go Made Simple.
The LG 225 Camera Phone from Both Tracfone and NET10 is a great phone. This phone works if you live in an area covered by the GSM networks like AT&T and T-Mobile.